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Fall is a neat time of year where fields of green turn to gold but only for a few weeks before the snow flies. In late November I was able to photograph a pair of venerable action orange SD40-2's passing what was the Milton Expressway terminal, now a liquids transfer facility operated by Cando Rail Services. What's neat is from this overhead view you can clearly see the 5 sections of these cars owned by Georgetown Rail Services where the ballast was loaded the previous day at Fisher-Wavy in Sudbury.
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Caption: Fall is a neat time of year where fields of green turn to gold but only for a few weeks before the snow flies. In late November I was able to photograph a pair of venerable action orange SD40-2's passing what was the Milton Expressway terminal, now a liquids transfer facility operated by Cando Rail Services. What's neat is from this overhead view you can clearly see the 5 sections of these cars owned by Georgetown Rail Services where the ballast was loaded the previous day at Fisher-Wavy in Sudbury.

Photographer:
Stephen C. Host [1065] (more) (contact)
Date: 11/25/2019 (search)
Railway: Canadian Pacific (search)
Reporting Marks: CP 6069,6055 (search)
Train Symbol: BAL-25 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Hornby (search)
City/Town: Hornby (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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4 Comments
  1. No, That’s all there was Driver as I seem to recall.

  2. Wasn’t there more tracks than that?

  3. Interesting, I was not aware that Cando was using this property for transloading. Obviously they may only utilize a trackmobile/RailKing etc ??

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